How Can NDDC Chairman Faint During A Probe Session? What About The Missing Billions?
By Blessing12 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 8048 views
The acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Daniel Pondei, "fainted" as the House of Representatives committee on NDDC grilled him on Monday. He was being questioned for illegal spending of funds. And after 45 minutes, the fire was too much and he fainted.
Just look at the drama
Now the session is over for the meantime. The next thing we'll hear now is that he has a stroke and so can't appear before a panel. That's how the case will be swept under the carpet. Why are our leaders like this? Several times when it looks like the law is catching up with them, they suddenly develop one sickness or have an attack. This nonsense must stop. 81 billion naira cannot just go unaccounted for.
There's just too much drama in Nigeria politics. Nor be only faint. Pour water on his body let him wake up and continue talking. When they do things without thinking, they forget that judgment is waiting. Our judicial system is even a whole new topic on its own.
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